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UNH Information Security Services (ISS) provides leadership in establishing technology, policies, standards and practices to enhance information security for UNH and USNH. Read about UNH ISS services, staff and partnerships.
Critical Update For Adobe Flash Player: The latest Adobe vulnerability allows attackers to install ransomware on your computer: https://www.unh.edu/it/news/2016/04/security-alert-update-your-adode-flash-player
Uninstall QuickTime for Windows now! Organizations including US-CERT are advising all Windows users to uninstall Apple’s QuickTime as soon as possible: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3056625/windows/uninstall-now-apple-abandons-quicktime-for-windows-despite-lingering-critical-flaws.html
UNH CyberSecurity Month is coming! October events are being scheduled and for the latest information check out the CSM page at: https://www.unh.edu/it/information-security-services/cyber-security-month
Don't think you have sensitive data on your computer? Most of us believe so but one UNH department recently found out the hard way when a data breach occurred. Use UNH Identity Finder to deal with sensitive information on your computer. Read more at https://www.unh.edu/it/kb/article/find-sensitive-data-before-the-bad-folks-do.html.
What will hackers think of next? How about fake speeding tickets sent via email? Read more at: https://www.unh.edu/it/kb/article/the-fake-speeding-ticket-scam-what-will-hackers-think-of-next.html
Data is a toxic asset: Saving data unnecessarily is a risk to the institution and individuals according to Bruce Schneier, noted computer security and privacy expert: https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/03/data_is_a_toxic.html